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Fushimi Station (Kyoto)

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Fushimi Station (Kyoto)

Fushimi Station (伏見駅 Fushimi-eki?) is a railway station on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line located in Fushimi, Kyoto, Japan.



The elevated station has two side platforms with two tracks.


1 Kintetsu Kyoto Line Southbound (For Shin-Tanabe, Yamato-Saidaiji, Nara, and Kashiharajingu-mae)
2 Kintetsu Kyoto Line Northbound (For Takeda, Toji, and Kyoto)


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The location of the station was a site of former Fushimi Station on the government-run Nara Line railway. Since a reroute of the Nara Line to the present route (via Inari Station) in 1921, Fushimi Station had been a terminal of a freight branch until its closure about two months before the opening of the present station.

  • September 5, 1895 - The station opens as a station of Nara Railway
  • February 7, 1905 - Nara Railway merges into Kansai Railway
  • October 1, 1907 - Kansai Railway is nationalized
  • August 1, 1921 - The line between Kyoto and Fushimi closes; Fushimi Station survives as a freight station
  • September 3, 1928 - The freight line between Fushimi and Momoyama closes and Fushimi Station closes
  • November 15, 1928 - The station opens as a station of Nara Electric Railroad
  • October 1, 1963 - NER merges and the station becomes part of Kintetsu

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Kintetsu Kyoto Line
Express (急行): no stop
Semi-Express (準急): no stop
Takeda   Local (普通)   Kintetsu-Tambabashi

Coordinates: 34°56′46.35″N 135°45′40.56″E / 34.9462083°N 135.7612667°E / 34.9462083; 135.7612667

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